Man Charged In 2014 Tulsa Murder Pleads To Manslaughter
TULSA, Oklahoma - A man charged in a 2014 Tulsa murder has pleaded guilty to a reduced charge of manslaughter.
Thursday, a judge sentenced Steven Ramey to 27 years in prison.
Kristie Beaver pleaded guilty to attempted robbery in the case and received a deferred sentence. A felony murder charge against her was dismissed.
All charges against Brenna Tecumseh were also dismissed Thursday.
Earlier this year a fourth person, Fred Wesley, pleaded guilty as an accessory and was sentenced to 13 years.
The four were arrested for the shooting death of Destiny Poplawski in west Tulsa.